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One of the finest art games in the last decade has now left PlayStation exclusivity. First launched on PlayStation 3 way (way) back in 2012, and then ported to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2014, you can now grab The Unfinished Swan on iOS and PC (both Steam and Epic Games Store).

The Unfinished Swan works on a basic premise – you’ve stepped into a world that you need to navigate around by tossing “paint” to define lines and navigate through puzzles. Inspired by storybooks, fairy tales and with a touch of the surreal, The Unfinished Swan is one of those highly memorable and original games, and we’ve seen nothing quite like it since launch.

It was originally published by Sony (with development assistance, no less), but the iOS and PC versions come to us courtesy of Annapurna Interactive – a publisher that continues to prove its dedication to preserving and promoting the more artistic games out there. If you’ve never actually played The Unfinished Swan, you owe it to yourself to experience this one.

– Matt S. 
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